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Nokia phones are making a comeback
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Nokia phones are making a comeback

Nokia phones are set to make a return to the big stage, and we can expect beautifully designed, high quality products. We don't know when, but we know theyll be Android-powered. A newly formed company, named HMD global Oy , has gotten all the ... ITProPortal.com, 1 week ago
Nokia's brand goes to startup with $500M plan Capacitor Industry, 1 week ago
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Finland Cheers Nokia's Uphill Battle for Smartphone Comeback

Economy never recovered from sale of unit, loss of jobs It was such a great brand. Good to promote Finnish design Finland, locked in a downward economic spiral since Nokia Oyj's fall from atop the smartphone world, cheered the announcement ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago Finland Cheers Nokias Uphill Battle for Smartphone Comeback  IT Business Net1 week ago

FirstNews Briefs: Nextivity, PwC, Nokia, Anokiwave

Nextivity Inc. announced the Cel-Fi DUO+ Smart Signal Booster for 4G LTE, including VoLTE. The device is designed for use on the Verizon Wireless network. The new signal booster supports North American bands 2, 4, and 13 for 4G and LTE, with the ...
 Wireless Week1 week ago

HMD to have full operational control over Nokia branded devices

Senior executives from Microsoft will move to HMD Global to bring back to life the Nokia brand, one of the most recognised brands in the world and the most remembered in the mobile phone space. Spokespeople from Nokia and HMD told ET's Gulveen ...
 Economic Times4 hours ago 'HMD to have full operational control over Nokia branded devices'  Economic Times4 hours ago
Malay Mail

Microsoft giving up smartphone manufacturing — union

A Nokia phone showcases its Windows operating system. Windows maker Microsoft has announced that it would be letting go of up to 1,850 employees, which a union in Finland described as the end of the tech giant's smartphone manufacturing venture, ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer4 days ago Microsoft to scrap smartphone manufacturing  Malay Mail4 days ago Windows Phone Dead? Microsoft Axes 1,850 Jobs In Fresh Round Of Layoffs  Inquisitr4 days ago Microsoft admits defeat in mobile market with Nokia write-off but Windows Mobile survives, for now  V3.co.uk4 days ago
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JOE.ie

Can Nokia's Return To The Mobile Phone Market Drive Its Revenues?

Recently, Nokia (NYSE:NOK) announced that it had signed a strategic agreement with a newly formed Finland based company called HMD to create Nokia- branded mobile phones and tablets for the next ten years. HMD has been founded to provide a focused, ...
 Trefis6 days ago Watch Out Apple, Nokia Android Phones Are Official  Seeking Alpha6 days ago 8 weird and ludicrous Nokia phones we wish theyd bring back  JOE.ie1 week ago Nokia is making a comeback to the phone market  Social Barrel1 week ago
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Mashable

Microsoft: It's Time For Surface Phone

Even as Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) sheds the last vestiges of its failed Nokia experiment, it prepares for a new mobile future. This is a future that leaves the commodity PC model behind and embraces what has already proven to work for Microsoft in ...
 Seeking Alpha3 days ago What do Microsoft's latest mobile layoffs mean for the Surface phone?  Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 days ago Microsoft Surface phone image and details 'leaked' - but take it all with a pinch of salt  Neowin.net5 hours ago Will Microsoft's layoffs doom the Surface phone?  Mashable3 days ago
Stuff.co.za

Week in Tech: Nokia knifed, unwanted Windows and the next Xbox One

It hasn't been a good week for Microsoft. Instead of getting excited about the Xbox One Mini, most of us were sad about the apparent end of Windows Phone, and furious at some sneaky Windows 10 tomfoolery. Elsewhere we discovered Apple's plans for ...
 Techradar India2 days ago Light Start Updated Xbox One, space inflators, Titanfall 2, and old Nokia is dead  Stuff.co.za3 days ago
Awake Africa

Mobile roadshow showcases IoT solutions

Nokia shows latest innovations to help Ghana meet the demand for network capacity, speed, coverage, and utilise Internet of Things (IoT) opportunities. Image by 123RFAt its Mobile World Congress roadshow (MWC-R) in Accra, Nokia demonstrated to ...
 Biz Community2 days ago Nokia shows latest innovations to help Ghana meet the demand for network capacity, speed, coverage, and utilise IoT opportunities  Awake Africa1 week ago
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Microsoft to trim smartphone business, plans to cut 1,850 jobs

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp will stop designing and manufacturing mobile phones, Finland's Helsingin Sanomat newspaper reported on its website citing an unnamed source. A spokesman for Microsoft Finland declined to comment on the report ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland4 days ago Microsoft to quit mobile phone design, manufacturing - Finnish newspaper  4 Traders4 days ago 10 Reasons Microsoft's Mobile Business Has Failed to Take Off  EWeek3 days ago New Microsoft email reveals shifting mobile strategy, claims Windows Phone investment 'not at risk'  Windows Phone Central3 days ago
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